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BLUETTI AC200P + SOLAR PANELS

$4,199 $5,089

BLUETTI AC200P portable power station has a large battery capacity of 2000Wh/540Ah.

Power most home appliances and heavy-duty DIY tools under 2000W (4800W Surge).

Built-in LiFePO4 battery, capable of recharging 3500+ times in cycles. The service life is 1~3 times longer than other portable power stations on the market.

Five flexible charging methods: AC/Solar/Car/Generator/Lead Acid Battery.

Supports fast dual-way charging input: AC adapter + solar panel/AC adapter (purchase separately). only need 2 hours to charge fully.

Multi Outlets of DC & AC Output & Wireless charging Can charge up to 9 devices simultaneously.

You can use it to charge various electronic products (such as smartphones, tablets, laptops, cameras, etc.) or to power various electric appliances with rated power under 2000W (such as LED light, TV, fridge, and various electric tools).

It is designed for a backup power supply in case of power failure at home or for an outdoor off-grid power supply. The compact and lightweight design makes it perfect to be used at home, travel, motorhome, campervan, or on a camping trip.

 

Package Includes:

1*BLUETTI Portable Power Station
1* AC Wall Charger
1*PV Solar Charging Cable(MC4 to XT90)
1*Car Charging Cable(Car to XT90)
1*XT90 to Aviation Plug(input)
1*User Manual
1*Warranty Card
1*Certificate of Qualification

3*SP120 Solar panels or 3*SP200 Solar panels

BLUETTI is the best quality outdoor portable power station supplier.

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Allen Henry
Helping to be off the grid

Working well so far!!!

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Zach B.
Everything It's Billed to Be

I did a ton of research and compared this heavily to the Goal Zero 1500X. My experience with it has been great so far. Its features work as advertised and I've experiences no bugs with the AC200P. The solar panels are very pricey for their output but you're paying for the premium Sunpower cells they use, plus the fold-up packaging. If I were expanding my solar setup I would add 3rd party panels and wire them with the SP120s, but as a portable option these panels are awesome. Setup and takedown are quick and easy. The panels weren't especially picky about being a bit off-angle from the moving sun (you don't have to move them as often). I first tried my array in late March at 43 degrees latitude on a cloud-less day around 11am. The array was able to generate 310-315W which is very respectable considering the northern latitude and the less-powerful spring sun. I actually expected less than 300W. I also tried shading one solar cell with my hand, as I've seen videos where shading one cell on a solar panel can slash the whole array's output. However they wired these, shading a cell just dropped the array from 310 to 280W. That's a big drop for one out of 108 cells, but not as bad as I've seen in similar cases. What this means is that a small shadow or a leaf on a panel isn't going to completely ruin your charging efficiency. Great system. Pricey but worth it.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
100%
(2)
0%
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0%
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0%
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A
Allen Henry
Helping to be off the grid

Working well so far!!!

Z
Zach B.
Everything It's Billed to Be

I did a ton of research and compared this heavily to the Goal Zero 1500X. My experience with it has been great so far. Its features work as advertised and I've experiences no bugs with the AC200P. The solar panels are very pricey for their output but you're paying for the premium Sunpower cells they use, plus the fold-up packaging. If I were expanding my solar setup I would add 3rd party panels and wire them with the SP120s, but as a portable option these panels are awesome. Setup and takedown are quick and easy. The panels weren't especially picky about being a bit off-angle from the moving sun (you don't have to move them as often). I first tried my array in late March at 43 degrees latitude on a cloud-less day around 11am. The array was able to generate 310-315W which is very respectable considering the northern latitude and the less-powerful spring sun. I actually expected less than 300W. I also tried shading one solar cell with my hand, as I've seen videos where shading one cell on a solar panel can slash the whole array's output. However they wired these, shading a cell just dropped the array from 310 to 280W. That's a big drop for one out of 108 cells, but not as bad as I've seen in similar cases. What this means is that a small shadow or a leaf on a panel isn't going to completely ruin your charging efficiency. Great system. Pricey but worth it.